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Cardiff Council is the first Local Authority in the whole of the UK to be awarded with the acclaimed PAS 402 Certificate through the Green Compass Scheme.
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Pride Cymru will be celebrating their 20th anniversary this year and on grounds of public safety, there will be a full city centre road closure for the parade which will take place between11am and 1.30pm in the city centre.
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This year GCSE results have changed following new Welsh Government guidance issued to all Welsh Local Authorities.
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Modular housing project in Crofts Street, Plasnewydd will deliver 100% affordable homes Part of Cardiff Council's flagship partnership with national developer Wates Residential
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The city centre streets of Cardiff will once again play host to the annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event next month.
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Thousands of busy bookworms in the city have signed up to this year’s Summer Reading Challenge as Cardiff Libraries and Hubs seek to encourage more children than ever before to take part.
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The provisional A-level results for Cardiff show that standards remain high in the capital city.
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Love Where You Live has rolled out their litter pick initiative across ALL Hubs in Cardiff to encourage people to volunteer their time to keep communities clean and tidy.
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Cardiff Council is working with Smart Energy GB to help older people in the city to learn about smart meters and the positive changes they can bring.
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Flat Holm has become the first island to be awarded ‘Bee Friendly' status. The ‘Bee Friendly' scheme, which aims to make Wales the first pollinator-friendly nation in the world, has four priorities.
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Filth, grime, mouse droppings, rat droppings and disrepair.
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Cardiff Council has signed up to the UK Steel Charter demonstrating its support for UK-produced steel.
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Wales will be taking on England on Saturday August 17th as part of the Autumn Summer Series.
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Biodiversity is getting a boost at Forest Farm following a successful bid for funding that will see a range of habitats at the popular nature reserve enhanced and restored.
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Beware waste cowboys offering illegal disposal services across Cardiff which sees fly-tipped material the size of three Tyrannosaurus Rex left on the city's streets every week, costing tax-payers thousands in clean-ups, residents are being warned.
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Cardiff Council's School Holiday Enrichment Programme (SHEP), has been rolled out to a record number of schools this year, with the message that the scheme offers much more than just healthy meals.